How are you? Enterococcus faecalis is a gram-positive bacteria and is most often found in the large intestine of humans. It is also responsible for urinary tract infections, bacterimia, endocarditis, meningitis, and can be found in wound infections along with many other bacteria and not necessarily due to sexual contact. It is also listed as one of the most common cause of nosocomial infections such as those occurring after surgery of the abdomen or a puncturing trauma, but can also be linked to the increased use of IV’s and catheters. This can be managed with antibiotics also but it is important that you check with your doctor first for proper management. Take care and do keep us posted.
Hi. I've a vaginal enterococcus infection as well as my 5 years daughter and I'm desperated...my dr send me ciprofloxacine for 10 days and nothing happen and this was the most sensitive medicine for he bacteria.. and for my daughter was ampicilin for 10 days as well and after 2 days of finishi her treatment the vaginal discharge came out again....Im sooo desparated please I need help
Did you get cured of this infection and how? Can you please provide an update?